Mischief favorite past time at ranch

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Courtesy photo Bill and Eddie White about ages 2 and 4. Ruth Burns The Llano Estacado in the early days was a wonderful place for small boys. The grown-ups were busy with their chores and didn’t have a lot of time to spend worrying about the young’uns. Consequently, little boys could spend their time exploring, […]

Youth on a mission

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CNJ staff photo: Liliana Castillo Caitlin Moore, left, and Lauren Jerde with Grace Lutheran Church work in Gabriel’s Garden on Wednesday at Matt 25 Hope Center. Liliana Castillo This year, they struggled to get used to the heat rather than the culture on their annual mission trip. A youth group from Grace Lutheran Church in […]

Hospice goes beyond medical care

By Stacy Gleaton: Guest columnist In the past, many families took care of their own and never sought outside assistance. Nowadays, many families just don’t realize the great services that are available to them. Plains Regional Medical Center (PRMC) Hospice began in 1994 and has been providing excellent end of life care ever since. PRMC […]

My hands ain’t soft anymore

By Grant McGee: CNJ columnist So how are your hands after this past hard winter? A little rough? Do they have some cracks? I was pondering my hands as I was working some lotion into them. That ole’ dry skin was drinking that stuff up. I looked at the fingers with the impacted bicycle grease […]

Sports records

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New Mexico state champions Baseballhttp://www.nmact.org/files/Baseball_Past_State_Champs.pdf BasketballGirlshttp://www.nmact.org/files/Basketball_Girls_Coaches_Champions.pdfBoyshttp://www.nmact.org/files/Basketball_Boys_Coaches_Champions.pdf Cross countryBoyshttp://www.nmact.org/files/Cross_Country_Boys_Coaches_Champions.pdfGirlshttp://www.nmact.org/files/Cross_Country_Girls_State_Champions.pdfFootballhttp://www.nmact.org/files/Football_Past_Champs.pdfGolfhttp://www.nmact.org/golf_past_championsSoccerhttp://www.nmact.org/soccer_state_championship_recordsSoftballhttp://www.nmact.org/files/Softball_Past__Champions.pdfSwimmingBoyshttp://www.nmact.org/files/Swimming_Boys_State_Records.pdfGirlshttp://www.nmact.org/files/Swimming_Girls_State_Records.pdfTennishttp://www.nmact.org/tennis_past_champsTrack and fieldGirlshttp://www.nmact.org/files/Track_and_Field_State_Records_Girls.pdfBoyshttp://www.nmact.org/files/Track_and_Field_State_Records_Boys.pdf Wrestlinghttp://www.nmact.org/files/Wrestling_Past_Champions.pdf

Old fashions just seem silly now

By Glenda Price: State columnist Past a certain age, I’ve learned, you no longer “step” into the saddle…you “climb” on, thankful your horse is well-trained and doesn’t try to take off before you’re mounted. I’ve learned some other things, too. That hat with the 5-inch brim that was sooo cute and (maybe) sexy when I […]

Our People: A bridge to the past

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Freedom New Mexico: Liliana Castillo Kenneth Broad became an administrator of Vi Petty’s estate one year after Norman Petty died in 1984. Kenneth Broad has been an administrator of Vi Petty’s estate since 1985, the year after Norman Petty died. Before retiring, Broad was a minister. He also provides tours at the Norman and Vi […]

Strong second half start pushes WT past Zias

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Freedom correspondent: Karl Terry Eastern New Mexico University junior Til-Lois Fifer goes up strong against a West Texas A&M defender in the first half of Wednesday’s game at Greyhound Arena. The Lady Buffs won 75-57. By Karl Terry: Freedom correspondent

Catholic opposition raises concerns with domestic partnership bill

By Steve Terrell: The Santa Fe New Mexican The battle in the Legislature over a bill to establish domestic-partner rights pits social advocates and lobbyists who normally are allied on a variety of issues against each other. Sen. Peter Wirth, D-Santa Fe, introduced Senate Bill 183 on Tuesday. As has been the case with previous […]

Look to new decade, keep past in mind

Freedom New Mexico The general reverence for New Year’s Day dates back to the most ancient of times. Counted among the gods of the Roman pantheon was Janus, the two-headed deity who inspired the modern name for the first month of the year. One of Janus’ faces supposedly looked back into the past to recall […]